Liliana Sofia

25 Flips | 3 Magazines | 48 Likes | 11 Following | 6 Followers | @LilianaSofia | Keep up with Liliana Sofia on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Liliana Sofia”

44 Tips to Improve Your Photography

<i>In this article, New York-based photographer Todd Vorenkamp shares 44 helpful tips you can use to improve the quality of your photography.</i><p><b>1. Shoot</b> …

10 amazing photos of nature taken at the perfect moment

In last year's contest, there were more than 18,000 entries to the contest. Photos are divided into four categories: travel portraits, outdoor scenes, sense of place, and spontaneous moments.<p>Entries for this year's contest are being accepted until June 30th. If you think you've got what it takes, …

The 5 Most Popular International Destinations Among American Travelers in 2015

Due to hectic work schedules and tight budgets, Americans are traveling less this year than they have in the past forty. But they're certainly still traveling, and this summer, many are jetting off to international locales. Here are the five most popular international destinations among American …

Articles about simple cabin embraces its mountain setting on Dwell.com - Dwell

A seemingly street-shy house near Vancouver opens to reveal an expansive interior.<p>Perched atop a soaring granite outcropping, I-Kanda Architects' Cabin on a Rock is a modernist hideaway.<p>A San Diego architect creates a bold, energy-efficient complement to the Western landscape.<p>Balancing on irregular, …

Beautifully Mysterious Photos of Gallipoli by Ekin Kucuk

Istanbul-based photographer Ekin Kucuk captures the Gallipoli peninsula in a series of moody black-and-white images. The Turkish locale was once the site of war, but here, Kucuk depicts a more tranquil existence where animals roam on desolate city streets. Her monochromatic pictures have a …

Adolecer: Returning to Our Origins - Photographs and text by Francisco Rigozzi | LensCulture

Attracted to ethereal themes, Francisco Rigozzi seeks to fill what he sees as a “language gap” and re-enact dreams with his photography. Inspired by the premise that the uniqueness of the self is hidden in the unimaginable, <i>Adolecer</i> looks at the individual and humanity’s similarities through the …

40 Unforgettable Experiences to Have in Vietnam

<i>Cruising around Halong Bay</i><p>From must-do activities like cruising around Halong Bay or crawling through the Cu Chi Tunnels to brag-worthy feats like drinking snake wine or scuba diving in the South China Sea, here are 40 unforgettable experiences to have in Vietnam. See how many you can check off on …

Mika Suutari's Insomnia Series Demonstrates Lonliness

<i>All images by Mika Suutari. Used with permission.</i><p>Insomnia is a problem that plagues lots of people; but some photographers tend to use it to their …

Josephine Cardin's Comfort in Chaos is Inspired By Music

<i>All images by Josephine Cardin. Used with permission.</i><p>Music is usually an inspiration to lots of artists and folks who are busy working. But Josephine …

The World's Most Epic Hotel Pools

<b>By Alyssa Bird for Architectural Digest.</b><p>From rooftop sensations to saltwater stunners, the pools are the main attraction at these extraordinary resorts around the world.<p>Architect Agustin Landa created a dramatic setting atop Hotel Habita in Monterrey, Mexico, by placing two infinity pools under a …

Scratch-Off World Map is a Unique Way to Document Your Travels

If you fancy yourself a world traveler, then the Art. Lebedev Studio has the atlas for you. They created the <i>I Was Here</i> scratch-off world map as a unique way to track the places you've been. The poster-sized product is printed with every country hidden underneath a layer of silver paint. Simply use …

Family Time: 5 Cool Places to Sleep

The family vacation, like the concept of family itself, has evolved. No matter who you’re traveling with, here are five intriguing and unusual places to lay your head that are bound to please everyone in your brood.<p>> Glass Igloos<p><b>Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort (Finland)</b><p>No night-lights or tech toys …

Igloos

It’s a Small World After All

The 1964-65 New York World’s Fair opened in the midst of the atomic age, the space race, the Cold War, and growing civil rights unrest.<p>A 12-story stainless steel model of Earth called the “Unisphere” symbolized its theme of peace. Walt Disney showed off his new audio-animatronic technology with a …

World Peace

Traveling with Mind, Body and Eye - Photographs by Ekin Kucuk | LensCulture

<i>The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.</i><br>—Marcel Proust<p>Ekin Kucuk has been photographing for a long time. Well, perhaps just 10 years—but as her family is filled with photographers, the medium has always been present in her life.<p>Born in Adana, …

cuba between its past and its future

Project info<p>Cuba's most recent developments and the political relationships with the USA, is hinting at a way where everyone wondered about its future. In this situation I was in Cuba in December to observe and to photograph the 2014. Changes in Cuba with the developments after the US released of …

Photographer Drenches His Subjects in Sticky Honey in Photo Series 'Preservation'

The health benefits of honey have been well-documented in early Roman, Vedic, Greek, and Islamic literature and the healing abilities of honey were …

Photos of Giant Science Facilities That Look Straight Out of Science Fiction

Scientists around the world create massive and elaborate facilities for carrying out groundbreaking research. Photographer Enrico Sacchetti is a guy …

Puerto Rico

This High-Res Moon Photo Was Made by a Self-Taught Astrophotographer

It’s amazing the kinds of space photos that amateur photographers can create from their own backyards these days. Case in point: the high-resolution …

Articles about 7 minimal rooms done white on Dwell.com - Dwell

Many of us are guilty of thinking of laundry rooms as unremarkable or unattractive parts of our home that don't require much...<p>The alphabet is as easy as ABC, but for typographer Peter Bil’ak, the way language looks is a never-ending exploration.<p>According to Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan …

An Interview with Henri Cartier-Bresson from 1958

A couple of months ago, we shared an interview with the photographer known as Weegee that was released in the 1958 vinyl record titled “Famous …

The Self and the Shadow: Photographic Self-Portraits - Photographs by Giacomo Brunelli | LensCulture

<i>As I took the project forward, I wanted my shadows to be projected on natural surfaces and not in an urban</i> <i>environment. Along with this, a natural landscape was crucial to the entire setting. I wanted to give depth to my shadows with things like soil, tree bark, rocks, plants and so on. In a way, I</i> …

Photography

Shoot Cameras, Not Guns: Harlem Streets - Photographs and text by Khalik Allah | LensCulture

Photography is my inside joke with God. He alone knows that time doesn’t exist. I use photography as a tool to extend the now; not to preserve the past. The past cannot be preserved because it does not exist. So to me, photography is a testament to time’s vulnerability.<p>Shoot cameras, not guns. And …